Happy Spring! We've started out the year with a bang thanks to GRETSCH MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Lead singer/rhythm guitarist Chloe F. Orwell and The Handcuffs spent January and February as the featured artist at gretsch.com. We're currently being featured by Gretsch at gretsch pages where you can check out photos from the "great Gretsch pile-up" on Chloe from the 2014 NAMM show in Anaheim, CA.
Album number four is in the works. The band has been busy recording at Kingsize Sound Labs in Chicago. New album's ETA: summer 2014.
Next Scheduled Shows: Saturday, April 19 at Laurie's Planet of Sound for Record Store Day and Friday, May 2 at Melody Inn in Indianapolis, IN. Check back often because new shows are added all the time. See the shows page for details.
The latest bit of press: A great interview/article about our fearless drummer Brad Elvis. Check it out here: thebestdrummerintheworld.com
Our music is still all over TV nowadays (hey, it's the new radio), so make sure you listen while you watch. And don't forget to follow us on twitter and facebook. We've also been picked up by Pandora Radio. Make sure you add The Handcuffs channel to your list of favorites. And, thanks to KCSN Los Angeles for being the latest terrestrial radio station to play our music.
MEET THE BAND: from left, Emily Togni (bass), Brad Elvis (drums), Chloe F. Orwell (lead vox), Susie Q (our newest member on lead guitar), Alison Hinderliter (keys). P.S. Yes, we are tipping our hat to the New York Dolls.
Website cover photo of full band (in color and black & white above) by Christy Bassman. Cover photo of Elvis & Chloe, "waiting for the robot," by Sam Pillsbury.
Web design and development by Orwell & Fischoff: www.fischoff.comFull band cover photo by Christy Bassman. Elvis & Orwell cover photo by Sam Pillsbury.
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